posted on Jun, 11 2003 @ 11:04 PM
Did I hear someone say "Cabal"?
Pepe Escobar writes in the Asia Times Online that the annual meeting of the Bilderberg club was held in May in Versailles, home of the French kings.
The Bilderberg club is an international group of people (mostly men) who are the power elite in Europe and America. Critics of the organization say
members get together once a year to decide how to run the world. Besides powerful politicians, the Bilderberg club also hosts top CEOs. Different
people are invited every year. An anonymous committee puts together a list of 100 names and the meetings are shrouded in secrecy. Everyone who attends
pledges not to talk about what was discussed at the meeting.
Some of the past and present attendees are Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Perle, and U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz. Money men have been
represented by members of the Rockefeller family. International affairs are represented by Henry Kissinger, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, and
Queen Sofia and King Juan Carlos of Spain. The Bilderberg doesn't invite Asians, Middle Easterners, Latin Americans or Africans.
The idea behind the annual meetings is that what's good for big business is good for the world. They have some shady connections to the Nazis, via
Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, the father of Queen Beatrix, who founded the club in Bilderberg in 1954, in order to "increase understanding
between Europe and North America." Bernhard was a member of Hitler's SS. One of the founding members of the Bilderberg is Otto Wolff von Amerongen,
who has been linked to the Nazi theft of Jewish wealth during World War II.